Robert Aickman hogging the market on stories about phone sex with ghosts once again hamstrings any exhortation to “write what I know.”
My encouragement of intra-office crushes has more than a little Miss Havisham to it.
I worked very hard to become an imitation human being. And of course I succeeded.
The Man Who Fell to Earth by Walter Tevis, 1963
I won’t let you forget
that in 2002
you were really into Hot Hot Heat.
"Are you a Lithuanian?"
"Are you wearing Christmas socks?"
"How do you know those aren’t, like, arcane symbols."
"Yeah I really need to do laundry."
"Garfield: A Tail of Two Kitties" is my most ambitious work to date, starring me in a dual role as (ahem) Garfield and also as a British cat named Prince. As in the first movie, I do Bill Murray’s voice while playing myself. In my role as Prince, I do the voice of Tim Curry, an actor I have admired ever since Jon took me to a drive-in to see "The Rocky Horror Picture Show" while he smoked human catnip.
Roger Ebert has been dead a year now and I keep remembering that. I keep remembering stuff like this too though.
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Rejection count: 9
The magazine is all FEED ME A STRAY CAT.
Twenty-three year-old trying to tell me that Oasis will never reform.
You ain’t even remember the Battle of Britpop.